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The model of corporate sustainability is built from the three environmental, social and governance pillars, commonly referred to as ESG. While the environmental and governance pillars are often the stuff of headlines, social sustainability matters just as much, as it directly concerns human lives.
Social sustainability is about identifying and managing business impacts on people, according to the United Nations. In order to do so, companies must employ fair labor practices. This could mean any number of things, including providing a fair and liveable wage, eliminating harassment in the workplace, and eradicating forced and child labor.
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